The Wild Inside


Product Details

William Morrow & Company
Publish Date
5.25 X 8.0 X 0.65 inches | 0.5 pounds

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About the Author

Born in Illinois, Jamey Bradbury has lived in Alaska for fifteen years, leaving only briefly to earn her MFA from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. Winner of an Estelle Campbell Memorial Award from the National Society of Arts and Letters, she has published fiction in Black Warrior Review, Sou'wester, and Zone 3, and she has written for the Anchorage Daily News,, and storySouth. Jamey lives in Anchorage, Alaska.


"An unusual love story and a creepy horror novel -- think of the Brontë sisters and Stephen King...The architecture of the storytelling is faultless." -- John Irving

"Original and compelling." -- Anchorage Daily News

"A unique take on rural noir." -- Publishers Weekly

"[Jamey] Bradbury has written a lovely and intense novel about the precarious balance of life and death, what it means to be human and fragile in a hostile environment, and, perhaps, what it means to be something other than entirely human." -- Library Journal (starred review)

"[Jamey] Bradbury cultivates vivid atmosphere with visceral action and a dynamic cast of characters...readers who like earthy, genre-blending, coming-of-age stories should be pleased." -- Booklist

"A taut, atmospheric thriller...Jamey Bradbury has crafted a stunning debut full of secrets and hunger, grief and longing. Like the cold of an Alaskan winter, this book chilled me and wrapped me in quiet dread." -- Jennifer McMahon

"A uniquely American coming-of-age tale set on the Alaskan frontier where the borderlines between civilization and savagery...become blurred...A remarkable fable of growing up in the new world." -- Joshua Gaylord, author of When We Were Animals